Like boats drifting aimlessly at sea, these stilt walkers plot random courses, but always against the flow. They roam among the crowds of onlookers in a maritime world of their own. ÖHÉ is a journey into a singular world where impromptu events are commonplace!
Accordionist with fairy fingers, Guillaume Berger-Sidwell is a multi-disciplinary artist such as a stilt-walker, juggling, clown, singer & songwriter from Quebec City. Self-taught musician, he refines himself with everything he got involved with during his numerous travels. With five albums to his discography and two tours in France, he’s now part of several musical and clown projects.
A native of Brazil, Flávia is a graduate of the University Theatre of Belo Horizonte. She was then part of various distributions where she was given singing roles. Involving with Cirque du Monde in Brazil is where she started her clown and stilt walking career. Flávia immigrated to Quebec in 2001. This luminous versatile artist became known in the cultural landscape and quickly she participated in many artistic projects.
Multidisciplinary artist, Tommy Bélanger is a marionettist, actor, storyteller, animator, clown and stilt-walker. A graduate in directing, he is co-artistic director of the companies Les Vices Tordus and Le Jardin Mythologique. He has been collaborating with Le Cirque du soleil, Le Théâtre de la Dame de Coeur, Fondation Docteur Clown and L’Aubergine for nearly 15 years.
Circus artist, clown, multidisciplinary fantasist, Joannie Hébert has been working in the world of entertainment, creation and animation since the 2000s. Whether you see her from the top of her stilts, behind her clown nose or swirling on her roller skates, her mission remains the same: to brighten the hearts and lighten the minds of the world.